CompanionLink hosted sync comes to Android

January 14, 2011
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If you are looking for a new sync service to try out for keeping all your info from various apps and software programs on computers and your Android tablet or smartphone a new offering is available. The software is called CompanionLink and Android users can use it now.

The software allows the use to sync all sorts of data between Outlook, Sage ACT, Lotus notes, Palm Desktop, GroupWise, and a lot more without needing an intermediary like Google that might not support all of the fields in CRM software like Salesforce and others. CompanionLink also syncs standalone Outlook data without an exchange server and the sync solution is wireless.

The software will work on an Exchange server to get wireless automatic sync. The one-time license fee for the software is $39.95 and the Secure Hosted Wireless service is $9.95 monthly. You can get a 14-day trial to see if the software works for you.


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  • The_Omega_Man

    Finally! Business users have yet another tool to help with interconnecting Android devices to their work productivity systems!

  • Laser

    It was kinda buggy and then it failed. Support tried hard, but after 8 emailed instructions i gave up and removed the app.